Nogizaka 46 Endures First Scandal; Matsumura Sayuri has Affair with Married Man
Nogizaka 46 was able to proudly proclaim itself as a scandal-free idol group…until recently, when it was discovered that member Matsumura Sayuri was openly engaged in an affair with a married man. After the news broke, there have been mixed reactions, with some fans offering support and…
there are CELEBRITY MAGAZINES and there are TABLOIDS. they are not the same:
TMZ:short for Thirty Mile Zone, an area in LA. this is run by entertainment lawyer. they like celebrities. they get informative out, they interview people. reliable source!
People:named after slang for "management". this magazine publishes things verified by celebrity managements, often with a representative's statement. sugar coated bullshit but reliable source!
USWeeky:they run the same way as People, but don't like to admit it. publishes things verified by celebrity managements, but managers remains anonymous (so the celeb dont look thirsty). reliable source!
E!:UsWeekly for lazy fucks
Those are CELEBRITY MAGAZINES
Radar, Life&Style, InTouch, Star, Perez Hilton and most anything else:is a TABLOID. they RARELY speak to managements or verified sources, they make stories up for money, they inflate information from CELEBRITY MAGAZINES. they are not reliable sources. stop entertaining them.
Blind Gossip:release sensitive information completely anonymously with little verification. celebrity names are blacked out for fear of legal issues for all celebs, sources and publishers. believe at own risk.
Overnight, I went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one. I was Patient Zero.
The first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet. There was no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram back then. But there were gossip, news and entertainment websites replete with comment sections and emails which could be forwarded.